What do Shiloh Pitt and other children of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

The six children of the star couple Jolie-Pitt, who are fighting in the courts for custody of them, may soon become recognizable persons without being tied to their parents. Some have already appeared in film projects, while others have opened their own business before they come of age. We tell you what Maddox, Pax, Zakhara, Shiloh (or John) and the twins Knox and Vivienne are doing now.

19-year-old Maddox, the first adopted child of Angelina and Brad, speaks five languages, which his mother is very proud of. She is currently studying biochemistry at Yonsei University in South Korea. He supports Jolie in her position in relation to Pitt, advocating that custody of minors completely goes to the mother.

Pax Jolie-Pitt is considered the most secretive member of the celebrity family. He doesn’t know much, for example, he voiced one of the characters in Kung Fu Panda 3 in 2016, which Angelina also worked on. He recently started studying Vietnamese, which he spoke as a child.

Zakhara, who turned 16, has developed a jewelry line, naming it after herself. All proceeds from this activity go to shelters for victims of domestic violence.

15-year-old Shiloh, according to Angelina, always “wanted to be a boy.” She has had her hair cut short since 2010, and has also requested to be called by her male name. Actually, this is what the daughter of actors became famous for. She’s John now. Best of all, she communicates with Zakhara, and also somehow lit up shopping with Millie Bobby Brown.

Twins Knox and Vivienne, who are 12 years old, are big animal lovers. Once they helped one of the American shelters raise money to help the furry by selling dog treats together. We add that Vivienne played Aurora in “Maleficent” when she was five years old.

We add that Jolie recently lost a court to Pitt regarding their lengthy divorce. She demanded that the children should have the last word. However, the judge did not provide such an opportunity.

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Author: Sam Smith
Graduated from University of Oxford. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the world news section in the Free News editors.
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